Instituting a suit for damages, plaintiff alleged by way of application for order of examination that defendants had, by fraudulent misrepresentations, diverted the established intention of decedent to provide for plaintiff in the testamentary disposition of decedent's estate, and consequently no disposition in plaintiff's favor was made, to plaintiff's loss. Held, that plaintiff stated a cause of action in tort. Bohannon v. Wachovia Bank & Trust Co., 210 N. C. 679, 188 S. E. 390 (1936).
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